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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBft DAILY ANO WMKLV Ml rrvpnvwrv LttHBRIOQK HKRALO MINT INQ UIMITBD I ath street Buchanan Preatdent and Managlaff Director foha Tonance Buslnew TSLRPHONM easiness Ottiee WltorM per week per yew by per year by per year by mail per year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap dally on address Accept of papers explrmtisai date authority to continue the SUD THE PROGRESS fhax Germans shoeing deter mined resistance north of the but with little Tho al lies are retaining the initiative all along the and the Ameri can hold upon Fismes has been un Shaken in spite of the stubborn fight Ing now being put up by the German There is little fresh in the situation the allies continuing their with repulse of German counter attacks at several words of the as com pletely as the German soldier In tho and If It WdttM bo precisely tho There fore it Is perfectly manifest that when it publishes an announcement that the Majority Soclhliste arcdesirous of nn international it la because the general staff is anxious that the Socialists should display their In other 1ms now become the turn tho Socialists to be used 4n place of the Tho that is to having failed in its mission to the Socialist movement is to be used in the belligerent nnd neutral to modify the effect of tho armys That the Vorwarts should have been used to fly this latest peace is nn indication of how badly peace is needed in The German High Command has for even of the wellcontrolled German absolutely no affection what The German High Command i would treat Socialism precisely as GOOD WORK ON FEED General satisfaction will be felt by bg tQ beckon the socialist fly the Ot Alberta over the ef At th0 i Forstner treated the cobbler of But being faced with the very probability of losing its Zabern to General the General Staff has decided to make use Socialist Party to render its loss as light as R ICKED UP IN FOR THB BtTSV MAN The policy of the General Staff has always been a simple It has been to take all it could by force of compelling the German Socialist Party to help it in in the event of to to use the Socialist Party 4o prevent the pplication of its doctrine to H Is the spin of the political coin with the simple Heads I tals you applied both to the Social ist Party itself and to Germanys op in spite of it does not offer a iparlor into which it should fective and prompt manner in which the feed Ja this province has Great credit is doe in this regard to the efforts of Duncan who losi no time in togfither yie proper rail way and government authorities to deal the No long drawnout negotiationf were neces Marshall wae able through his organization to gather in formation to convince all that aid was necessary if the livestock industry of j the iprovlace was to be saved serious and his arguments convinced the railways and the Do minion government that they could not do too much to save the situa The result is that the southern far mer may transport his stock free to feeding grounds in the or if he he may ship flaying machine ry cut his hay and all the transportation is paid for by the Do minion government and the railways each assuming It is to be noted that in Montana half rates are grant ed on but the Alberta solution Is a longway ahead of such an ar rangement the livestock com missioner for the is spon sor ifor th advice to the farmers to their stock north to the feeding grounds wherever He be lls the most effective way as It will give the southern ranges a chance to the cattle king of the pro with any hope of At tho very when the General Staff is making its most imperialistic the German Socialist is press by on the basis of neither annexations nor con Heads I says the General Staff if the army is success ful we will take the British and French we will bold Bel gium and Northern and we extend our empire not only from Hamburg to but from Ham burg to the On the other han4 Tails you lose if the army is defeated we Have a Socialistic by which Germany lose but shall be placed in a posi tion to at The whole Idea is so simple that it might have been imagined that any body could have seen through Yet the pacifist welcomes it with and the Socialist toys with it as the triumph of the Internationale and as a new milestone on the road to the federation of the the man In the street might be allow ed to adapt the saving of the Gondo lierKing The drawbacks they are many and What does any reasonable person suppose the General Staff permits the Vor warts to make these suggestions for it It is to be supposed that it does out of affection for or out of an overmastering desire for ineir lives at DKS as such The pacifist and the pacifist t wasiunvelled test Hard coal coste a ton in nlpeg Miss Katherino Stinson with mail from Red Deer to A half breed convict escaped from the provincial jail at Fort Saskatche Phillip nged R well known market gardener of died from arsenical Lipsett of was killed in an airplane accident in Eng Caljrary is to have a fuel commis sioner and it is likely that Chandler will be Miss assistant city librarian at has completed thirty years in the citys Lieut has been appointed assistant director of chaplain service for Western Can ada with headquarters at Sapper Turndhall who was confined In Vancouver awaiting trial on charge of assauit tried to commit suicide by The Windsor Record has been sold to William of the purchase price being in tho neigh borhood of Clifford Moir of the son of and of has been missing Hince June Convicted of violating the food bill in that he was charged with hoarding seven sacks of lawyer of was fined Joseph formerly controller of the city of Montreal was appointed general superintendent of the Quebec provincial employment secretary of the Toronto Stock Exchange has deceived word that his second is missing the Morley of formerly accountant of the Bank oi Commerce at has been killed in an accident at Deser The little four year old son of Harry of had one o his legs cut off and the other almost severed by a mower driven by his You cant petition or order people to pray I wont sign my name tt said Mayor Church ofToronto in refusing a request for a proclama tion regarding dally prayer Saskatchewan provincial Red Cros collections have now reached ove in cash during this fisca and will likely go be fore the end of the A conducto was fiued at Winnipeg pleadinggiulty to charges of the and secretcommission laid agains him by the provincial A brass tablet arected in Winnipeg city hall tothe memory 6t Scoutmas ter William Aitken and Assistant Scoutmaster William who lost their lives at Grand Beach a year ago n tiTrnilnrl 1oett tirootr The following students were Alice Florence flVBftd cossful in passing the recent Grade VIII Departmental Examinations Marlon Christopher Gladys Elsie Perna Aurel Elsie John Mabel Marlon Norman RobertAd Stuart Willliun Frank Muriel Arthur Ehima ErnrBtOio Albers Mabel Hugo Adelhnlda Frederick Evelyn Ola William John Leonard Mary Mv Ttibmas Dou glas Dorothy Ernie Al Pearl Altonf Willis Marie Olive Lena Selma Amund Winnlfred Ada Grace Alice Bella Charles Francla An Gladys Helen Inyo Hililur a Pearl Stanley Ander Welcome Ruth Will am Thomas Ronald An Clifford Lorno Ron Id Nellie Jane Apt Margaret Muriel Vela Leona Seorge Bertha Olive Arlend Fred Ardis Doella Arm Beatrice Irene Ber nard Tlionlas Eddie Arm Grace Irene Dorothy James Arm Kathleen Eric George Douglas Fred As Thelraa Vircne ames Norval Clifton At Harold Jean Audrey Louie Alice irancis Elaine Aus John Helen Wlnnifred Ayk Samuel James John Vmey Verna Augusta Leona Bag George Edwin Bruce Bail Harvey Arthur Frederick Fred Hubert Mary Susie Al bert Edward Forrest Fell Bal Arthur Katie ililda Bertram Harold Ban Harry Alden Jack Darwin Angela Flor ence Henry Roy Ruth Barbara Ella Herbert Bella Louise Mary Henry Charles Arthur Gerald Mayme Hazel Myrtle Edna James McKinley Leslie Bat Edward Lyman Marion Dorothy Anne Kathar ine Bertha Julia Be Mae Clement Louis Charles Bertram Frances Francis Mamie Marion May Willie Helen Claude Lucile Frances Clif ford Margaret Jane Delia Jane John Abner Car Benda Helen Nancy Blanche Louise Elizabeth Katharine flarold Carring Eula Willie Eleanor May Clifford Edward Margaret Marlon Roland Doris Myrtle Mar loiiMarjorlo Winnie Caw Evelyn Jessie Chaik Ralph Flo Ena Cham Stephanie Ver non Lilly Cham Jack Bertha Marline Mary Roy Clarke Cliarltoni Florance Charles Julia Mary Maritn Alpln Harold Gerard Adelharth Hans Mnry Alice Dorothy Alberta Mae Amanda Myra James Miriam Clarinr Alice Claude James Martha Oral Constance Ernest Clalr Elsie ter Horace Margaret Eva Bertha Ethel Agnes Reta Cle Marion Mona Lillian Etta Gordon Gilmore Edith Mar guerite Roy Cof Freda Jesse Franklin Orville George Austin Bkuce Eric Colling Edith Edna Leota Col Wren Kftrl Allworth Dorothy Auldine Hazel Nina Annie Col Annie Bessie Bretta Lucile Alice Amelia Adelaide Grace Alice Gladys Robert Alfred Zlraa Alberta Gwen Mabel Thelma El eanor Leslie Waneta Franklin Leonard Fred erick George Nellie Agnes Teddy Marguerita Frank Grace Cow Bob Jennie Ruth Thomas Richard Henry Cecil Chester Donald Lucile Agnes Craw Anita Clella Josephine Willie Elsie Mae Edna George Birdie Hazel William Eleanor Guy Eleanor Lillian Maria Jeseie Cruick Thelma Grace Wintel Violet Isabella Gordon Jean Socialist tell you that he Is in different to the methods of the Gen I eral for ihe moment the Social1 Professor of Toronto University was fined at Pqrt Margaret indicating that the farmers have not been into selling their breeding The situation very much brighter than it appeared a few weeks and the livestock which is gaining co rapidly in the will not suf a really serious LATEST GERMAN 1 news thatthe Vorwarts a to CaWlle Huys he Socialist iec by oialtefcMajority and declaringits wll UngnesB to participate In an tnternat Ipnal Socialistic to include is very far frotn thinks the ChristianScience It in latest phrase of JheGer man peace and theallies n1ayeitaBBured hat it will be press ei ae as has von LudsndorHBeffort i to Paris In If any person Imagines that to4ay any tbinfTUke the policy ot that paper tjjje Herr in the hqur of jjf Karl Jt well for him to who Is probably tfce leading spirit today amongst the Sjrman Majprity is a very jfjfaTenl jperaon Bebel or Lieb and baa surrendered himself Completely a servant to the Lieuziger and the as to JIB would The Vorwarts beporea completely an organ pf the German government as fee or the Kolnieche It exists tiwlay to do the bid pf thQ man in in other to ba contention of Count von whois not generally credited with an inordinate affection j for pacifism or But the lead Ing prophets of the gospel are Ulian off and Ulianoff and Bron were fully convinced that if only the Russian Socialist would throw away his decline the blandish ments of the recruiting and satiate and bellicose Instincts which plight him plundering Ills neighbors jaad or commandeer Ing his neighbors a great wave Of sympathetic idealism would over result Fritz Eftjatain convert JtuBBlan pas dedeiuc intoan la ternational pas de Everybodyknows waat As ttteRusfan army aiscfttdEd its ma chine guns anH ITlfanoff and Bronstein coilectfd those tfncorisider ed they was the watchword of slaves and if thefTsflr ofthearistocrats had chas tlaed was it not the manifest duty of the Tsar of the proletariat to chastise the country with scorpions the notice which lias just apeared in tho VorwartBfiS the infection of the meth ods of Ulianoff and Hronstein spread as they explained they to the Heneral Kiplings Stoclrtiolmlte may convince himself that that the Independent Labor Partyvin Bncland may make an effort to believe But it la to be hoped that great sane world will prove understanding the methods of the peace offensive as eoinnlnUfly as General Foch and 1U allied com manders are proving cap able of appreciating tho military forts of the General t The the woman in the face with a James for merly secretary of the church and manse board the Presbyterian Church at since his retirement in has left to take up a mission station at New A number of patriotjc people In Vancouver started to build a toorfle for Private Donald Hope and his family who burned When was partly finished they wearied ol the job with the result that those in charge are npw calling for more Judgment In one of the heaviest civil suits in tho city of Edmonton was delivered when Justice Me Carthy dismissed theaction of Flora Hubbard who claimed 000 damages owing to the construc tion of a street railway through her property in An soldier bringing in a squad of prisoners was startled upon findlng his own father among them The father returned to German Po land a year before the yar startfid and was forced into tha Tho son lectured bis father against being a German and then promised him tho beat in the Nolson has boon invaded by millions of redadmiral The streets are literally alive with tin black and red creatures flitting hrre and there and The i rciliiiiiirals make their appearance i Grace Elizabeth Harold Ben Laurel Lillian Myrtle Leona Maud Muriel Gertrude Beatrice Beatrice Afton Spiers Gertrude Chris Eric Robin Percy Maurice Nick Alice John Amos Lachlan Ellen Christina Joshua Big Mary Irene Jean Richard Mar garet Sidney EJliott James Anna Blr George Fleetwood Bis Hildur George Gertrude Bernice Helen Georgia Nelly Black Nellie Roy John Johanna Norman Marion George Ernestine Bols Otto Millicent Bin Violet Edna May Elbra Florence Har riet Den nis Marie Teddy Jock Edith Alberta Elizabeth Ralph Re George Anderson Lillian Victoria Ida Ronald Malcolm Sutherland Lavina Ruby Ruth An drew Cameron John Brad George James Richard Ernest Rosamond Rupert Charles Herbert Martha Bertha Leland James Clara Bren Annie Alice Mary Thelma Annie Kath leen Violet Andrew Gustavo Jean Stirling Charles Drummond Morley Annio Balmer Clare Corydon Evelyn Ed ith fierald Gladys IHs Jack Jack Lucille Lucinda Anna Mary Potter Rieta Vilate Mario Isa Estella Stanley Howard Lillian Max prun Eva Wendell Bryan Sadie Gray Freda Bu ieorgo Hunnlng Ger trude Nick Beatrice Bun Cyril Blanche Magdcllanna Frances Ruth David Eidrod Ralph Acel But Hazel Myrna Cunning Allan McMillan Edna Jean Mabel Vlolette Margaret Cur Annie George James Rulori Henry Christene Winnie Florence Emma Annie Margaret David Dorothy Mildred Louise Doris Isabel Mary Dav Claude Mabel Vivian Norman John Cyril Dav Edward Elizabeth Grace Marjory Vitcoria Grace Marjory James Lo ton Herbert Dorothy Elizabeth Grace Arthur Rob ert Dorothy Horace Craw ford William Albert Madge Graca Dorothy Beat rice Jamie Florence Cora Louise James Des Annette Gladys Daisy Jeanetta Florence Herbert Edgar Cecil Richard May Jane Thomas Barker Agnes William Dillabougn Old timers can venture no Announcement has been made at I by the First National j Jiairiiitors circuit that Mary PlcE i ford their lircjducirs for eight for which Hi queen Is to receivo siio muat campleto the pic in Miss aa an additional will have Jior own studio In Allan Elsie Irene Jlenry Leone George Edward Mary Helen Floronce Ellen Lloyd Abbio Jioberta Jean Florence Kdna John Annio Lilla Myrtle Jano AIIKIH Alfred Cam Doris Frank Cam Ireno Jenny Bannan tyne A8U0S Agjlca Lyal Jeffrey Rose Walter Christine Florence Cameron berer nrence Leon ard Ingeborg John Helen Archibald Malt land John Alta Agnes Milton Arthur Estelle Marjorie Lula Leonard McQrae Harry Marjorie Bruce Mabel Marie RPBO Laura Pearl Pearl Vic toria Margaret Mary Nora Eva Glen James Jean Margaret Elliott Neil Lillian Annie Avery Helen Dunning Earle Ro meo Wilfred Mary Eva Ruth James Allan John Reta Her bert Maralda Grace Robert Annie Mary Dorothy Helen Florence Ed Maud Ruth A Gertie Alice Con stance Dorothy Kd Fay Held Isabella Thelma Martin Helmer Pauline Harri son Louisa Daisy Bll zabeth Margaret Lyal Vera Ellmetta Ernest Lutliop Joe Edith Irene Jean Eileen El Reita Winnie Amy Marion Gordon Alexander El Rowena Jessie Florence Leslie Silas Wesley Lydla Annie MaBo Myrtle Bessie Koitli Dorothy Floronce Kathleen Mary Reynolds Aleda Charges Frederick Freda Mar ion Flossie nora Theresa Elizabeth Emerald Joseph MUrk Louise Marie Agneti Baden Powell JSnlU Alice Janet Margarst Jofeph Johnathan Bruce Margaret Hobble Marshall Rose Norrna Friiaor Audrey CamAnna Helena John tar Florence Saohronla W Florence Wriy Farn Mildred Engjne j Eugene Lovanwi Leslie Harold Joseph Barl Bva Clanrtafte Inet William Alice Fettu Clarence William El len Walter Will English Almeda Ba ther Imogene Wayne Martha Isabel Margaret Viola Orlnda GeraldIne Forest John Lawrence Klmbal Vera Mae Ethel Roslno Guy Mina Catherine Fitzger Helen Wilfred Fleet Florence Lema Sara Bllpa Kdna Cleasta Jane Rebec ca Harold Fock Herbert Dan Carl Mary Adelaide Foran Edna James For Margaret Grace Ebba Thyra Christina Florence Clarence For Cora Bertha Frances Gwendoline Jack Thomas John May Reggie Wallace Duckworth FowloivFreda Alice Fow Lillian Patsy Helen Emma Louisa Beryl Lawrlo Marjorie Minnie Robert Carrall Clyde Lenore Edith Victoria Pearl Hannah Martha Ross Free Florence Ruby Cella Iwcy Frl Donald Frost Edward Guy Mao Richard George WHUam Thomas Dry ant Ronald Faith Marguerite Fern Cecil Ralph Ambrose John Syd ney Olive Blanche Maryl Eva Arthur Norman Louise Henry Kurt Robt Frank Mima Stanley Edith Joyce Elizabeth Faith Emma Gtb Gordjon James John Gladys Amanda George Luella Mary John Collendcr Irene May JJoble phllllpe de la Alma Edjvard Mar garet Pauline Dor othy Paul Fay Beatrice Wayne Livingstone May Helen Gol Pearl Edgar Morton Raymond Allen Anna Leo Malsle Olive Palmer Sid ney Clara Frances Halaban Dlgby Harvey Grant William Ella Gra Morris Verna Gra Earl Elizabeth James Naomi Verna Herchell Paul Dorothy M Green Franklin Itha Louisa Ivy Blanche Clarence David Esther Lela Ella Curtis Edith Violet Lavine Ila Sarah Clarance Clifford Juliet Lois Edith May Grim Claude Frederic Gris Alice Margaret Roy Nellie Ruth Amy Daniel Dag ny Harry Sarah Lewis Mary Blanche George Reed C Alice Margaret An drew Jackson Helen Isabel Edith Eleanor Blanche Janet John Wilbur Gordon Frances Catherine Hal Margaret Edith Lawrence Christopher Halstepsoni Matthew Alan Clara Elizabeth Beryl Florence Augiwta E Han son Nihac Hanson t Jean loliri giianey Nor man Mabel Annie Torrence Gordon Hare Sydney Ar chie Ervin Har Albert Helen Mary Edmonton Raymond Wil liam Fay Loona Norah Milton Edha Has Eunice Maria Irene Myrtle Phyllis Winifred Marian Irene Nellie Waneta Hazel Agnes Marjorie Elsie Uayi Ethel Beth la Annie Everette Charles Herbert Hel Edna Alastair Hen Price Walter Ethel Violet Leopold Ella John Eva Willow Martha Heppy Wyona Eric Myra Lulu Lester Leifla Her Eddie Her Ada IIopN ITlory Annie Llzzle Marshal da Jean Hey Don Archie Clajtoi Josephine Cora Lillian Llllie Milton Tholma Jano John McGregor Grace Ireno Mary Wilfred Ed na Annie Harvey Goorge Hector Reginald Jean Laur ence Margaret Henry Eileen Oliver Muriel Elloen Marcel John Irene May Hod Morley Marlon Alice Rachel Olga Albert Hutii Oscar William Elaine Eunice Martha Wil fred Florence Leila Ev ly Agnes Douglas William Thomas Dorothy Carol Minnie Cecil Myrtle New ell Vova Marian Jean JWft Mth DarW Irene toMM Alice Dottle MM Oettrge Mmry Kathleen Arthiir Ad olph Charlw How Lewis Leonard Mildred Cyril Hoyler Nlchola Charles Islay Irene Koyle Alice Alherta Merle Eileen Vera May Thyra AlYina Mildred Hum Arthur Bertha Brltton Jessie Gene vlete Harriet Helen Hun Belle Trenna Orate Angle Oena Veltna Ida Hutchln Barbara Mlddieton Of ace Ad4 How ard Mnrfel James William Douglas HoMon Winnie JRuby James LlbiiekRodMl Ag nes Virglilla LIs Effle Fred Vlda Ross Thomas Jackj Cecil George Hamil ton Gertrude Ilton William Ruth Thomas Jacksoni Lymart Hefen Eva J8 Martha Oladys Mabel Marlon Grace i Lenore Emily Nolan Calpa Gladys Ellen Hilda John Walter Anker Dorothy Jen Inga Martha Madeleine Hope Addell Ethel Arvid Leo Beatha Bernard Marie Christina Its Edmund Ellen Ernest George Ethel Sophia Harry Hugh Claude Jean John Meredith John Leona Milton James Nan Agnes Wal ter Olof Anne Florence John Edgar Eva John Kathleen Ixiralne Mary Alice Jones Cllmeana Margaret Ethel Hilda Katfcerlne Lester Maurice dive Merle Patience Irene Robert Anson Rega Eleanor Audrie Evely May Vera Ida Clarence Olga Lottie Lois Mary Rosie James Edward Esther Florence Harold Ernest Dorothy Jeant Mary Bessie Errol Frederick Keok Albert Dorothy Harry kerFi Nell Jck William Margaret Ida Charlefe Alice Galway Kilpat Marion Agatha Kil Vilate Harriet Eugene Edward 16la Bernice jJancy Neva Margaret Lena May Raymond Ethel Pearl Izzy Annie Loulso Harry Thomas Kenneth Lillian OHvo Joan Margaret Ber nard Mary Deiia Margaret Knud Paul Wllford Marlon Ross Leon Thomaa Ellas John Andrew Ko Frank Gerald Gladys Kra Emma Bertha Laddie Victor E Annie Blmer Roy Alma Jasper Ber nard Mildred Joseph Mildred Lald John Mary Christine Elizabeth Lalngr Amy Benere Annie Beatrice Blanche 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